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Archive Scanner

The book2net archive scanners Archive Pro A1/A2 with height adjustable camera sliders offer high flexibility and combine the advantages of high resolution, productive A1/A2 scan systems with those of versatile reprosystems. Formats from A1 to A5+ and a resolution of 1200 ppi characterize these unique systems and allow for them to meet all requirements perfectly.

X71 Motorfocus, Control-Unit and remote control

Always in focus. Specially developed for the X71‘s optics and in focus with the press of a button. The X71 motor focus realizes scanning at perfect image sharpness regardless of format position (DIN A1 – DIN A5). Even objects with deeper structures (such as seals) which need an adjustment of the „sharpness level“ can be processed without a problem. A fine regulation with video preview and digital focus value display allows comfortably adjusting the focus level.

Motorized height adjustable camera slider

Flexible, yet always perfect color and quality. This feature is unique in the area of A1/A2 scanners and ensures a great diversity and outstanding qualities in an optic resolutioin of up to 1200 ppi. The different format positions (DIN A1 to DIN A5) can be selected comfortably. Simply selecting the format marks (picture on the right) of the intuitive software and loading the acoording color profiles and adjustment parameters is a unique possibility. The result: full-format images in perfect quality and the highest possible resolution.
LED lighting unit with Fresnel lense system

Professionial UV/IR and ozon free lighting system. Highest conservational and ecological demands are fulfilled with light load of less than 2.500 lux and a lifetime of over 50.000 working hours. Another essential technological advantage over other developers‘ lighting units is the for book2net light units developed Fresnel lense. They ensure perfect light distribution and an even illumination. Unwanted or disturbing gradients and reflections which usually occur in very bright or dark areas or shiny materials are avoided.

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